Asked by Neil
on 26-06-2019 10:28:00
Question posted in the Property Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 200.00
I have moved into a house last year to look after the house in return for housing. The house was recently sold and the new owner refuse to let the registration takes place before I leave the premises. However he was fully aware that I stayed here and said that he and I will talk. Now the current owner is putting pressure on me to leave and came up with rental housing outside of town which will be very inappropiate for me and my child which is currently on primary school. I recently recieved a job opportunity for I am unemployed and this move will also very much influence the way I get to work. What are my rights for they want me out by the end of this month.
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